Countless studies have been done to understand the impact of colour on the human psyche. Marketers having been using the psychology of colours to influence buyers for years. Now it’s time to take this information and put it to use in your commercial space when it’s time to do a paining job.
Living room (n): A room in a house for general and informal everyday use. A space for relaxation, a space for friends and family, a space for creativity, a space to unwind.
Coming up with a living room paint colour can be a big decision. You want something that encapsulates your lifestyle and makes that space feel like a home.
While everyone else may be making their New Year’s resolutions, at Clayton and Cosier we are on the lookout for the colour and paint trends of 2017.
Often, clients are seeking the cutting edge colour to refresh and revolutionise their space. Thanks to a handful of paint suppliers and stylish interior designers, we have some reliable predictions on the colours of 2017.
Looking around their home, imagining the renovation they are planning, many people think to themselves, “I could do this, myself.” A trip down to Bunnings, buy a couple of brushes and comparing the colour swatches against the wall. A DIY painting job sounds easy, right?
It isn’t groundbreaking news to hear that a fresh coat of paint is more than just aesthetically pleasing. A revamp of the internal and external paint of a property is known to improve its market value. In a market as competitive as the Brisbane housing market adding a little personality and love can make all the difference. Whether its market values your chasing, or just simply adding a personal touch to your home or commercial property, choosing a Dulux painter will make all the difference.